Homeschool Groups: MONTANA
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Local & State homeschool groups or organizations in MONTANA
MONTANA PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY AGENCY
Montana Coalition of Home Educators
The Montana Coalition of Home Educators came together in 1988 as a cooperative effort of many individuals, organizations, and support groups in the state. The goal was to bring homeschoolers together to protect Montana's home school freedom while maintaining the independence and autonomy of the individual families and the existing local and state organizations. To accomplish this goal, a loose network of these groups, individuals and organizations was formed. An executive committee was selected to serve as a central clearinghouse for information, to set up and maintain a communication network, to watch for political and legal threats to Montana's freedom, and to inform homeschoolers and suggest possible actions to meet those threats.
MCHE was founded on the basic principles of responsibility and respect. Respect for the right and responsibility of parents to direct the education of their children was the motivation for forming a network for defending that right. Parents were encouraged to exercise personal responsibility for their families by determining for themselves what method of home education would work best for them. Respect for diversity and differences of opinions were encouraged. All parents and groups who wanted to be a part of the Coalition were encouraged to exercise their personal responsibility in defending home education freedom through public relations with legislators and local community, and by being involved with lobbying, hearings, letter writing and other actions needed.
Central Montana Unschoolers
Central Montana Unschoolers is a loosely knit group of families of all walks of life with individual styles of learning. We are inclusive to anyone with any religious, cultural or racial background. We support community and empowerment of homeschooling families.
We have a yahoo egroup with the email address of
We require positive and non-violent conflict resolution skills and the desire to use these for conflicts among children or adults and parents with children.
We post community events and special outings on our egroup. We provide support and community for children as well as adults.
3726 4th Ave. N.
Great Falls, MT 59401
475 Main Street
Floweree, MT 59440
Contact: Lisa Hardiman
Jefferson Valley Homeschool Association
The Education Station is a multi-purpose building in the heart of town and is available for homeschool group activities as well as other family reformation functions. We maintain a resource library and host and/or facilitate classes and fieldtrips.
P.O. Box 99, Whitehall, MT 59759
Contact: Steve or Tim
Phone/Fax: (406) 287-2146
Missoula Home School
Montana Homeschool Reference Guide
P.O. Box 960, Seeley Lake, MT 59868
Phone: (406) 754-2481
Ravalli County Parent Educators
655 6th Avenue, Victor, MT 59875
Contact: Erin Brown
Phone: (406) 642-3748
The Grapevine, Montana Homeschool News
Published monthly during the "school year" September through May. Subscriptions are $20.00 per year.
P.O. Box 3228, Missoula, MT 59806
Phone: (406) 542-8721
Yellowstone Coalition of Home Educators
We are here to answer any questions you might have about home schooling in the greater Billings, MT area or in Montana in general. Please see our website for information on activities and field trips.
821 N. 27th Street, PMB 247, Billings, MT 59101
Contact: Vicki Holle
Phone: (406) 259-6756